264a Chester Road, Castle Bromwich, Birmingham, B36 0LB
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"My husband treated me to a gorgeous bouquet last week, they are still going strong a week later - would highly recommend"
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Castle Bromwich was part of the parish of Aston until 1894 and is recorded as Bramewice in 1168 and Bromwice in 1199. The name Bromwich means "settlement in the broom", broom being a yellow flowering bush that grew in abundance in the area.
Castle Bromwich retains a village atmosphere despite growing in size over recent decades and forming part of the Solihull Metropolitan Borough. Centred round a village green given to the residents by Viscount Newport in 1895, it has many interesting architectural features retaining many of the old buildings and ecological gems.